While the most valuable tech firm in the world accelerates its expansion and focuses on premium products to maintain its exclusive image in the nation, Apple will soon build its first retail location in India.
Although the official launch date has not yet been declared, the Cupertino, California-based company posted a photo on Wednesday of the barricade surrounding its retail location in Mumbai, the financial center of India. The Jio World Drive mall, owned by billionaire Mukesh Ambani, will soon house the first Apple Store. In addition, Apple is constructing its second retail location, which will open soon in Delhi.
At a time when sales of Apple products, particularly the iPhone, have exploded in India, the corporation is opening an Apple Store there. Apple has a lot of room to develop in the premium smartphone market because India is the world’s second-largest market for smartphones. Now, Cupertino has also increased the size of its Indian manufacturing facilities.
In well-known international locations including New York, Dubai, London, and Tokyo, Apple has more than 500 outlets. Every store has undergone a renovation to “feel like a town square” and serve as a venue for public activities. The space where all Today at Apple events are held in Apple Stores is notable for its canopy of trees and enormous “visual wall,” which is used in the more interactive sessions.